What Net Objectives Believes Is Necessary To Add To Scrum

March 11, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway

What Net Objectives believes is necessary to add to Scrum

We have found that there are patterns of success &challenge in learning Scrum. We take advantage of this by including the following when we teach Scrum:

Ask if is Scrum applicable to the team? http://bit.ly/2HqxYI4

Understand why Scrum works & what it attempting to do http://bit.ly/2BLroZZ

A way 2go from “following” (shu) to “understanding &breaking with” (ha) http://bit.ly/2BLroZZ In particular, how 2break with Scrum & do something else http://bit.ly/2yxQHjV

Provide teams w/templates 2assist in the adoption of Scrum ( http://bit.ly/2F2H51H )

Teach Scrum as an example of what to do since there are many ways to accomplish what Scrum’s objectives are http://bit.ly/2pbvbuG

Integrate Acceptance Test Driven Development training into Scrum Training http://bit.ly/2Fu9Wj4

Introduce Minimum Business Increments & MBI thinking http://bit.ly/2BYDvTJ

In addition:

 Scrum training for teams should be different from Scrum training for Scrum Masters as they do different things and need different skills Include practices from other methods that would be useful to the team http://bit.ly/2opeOeC

Provide a scorecard that helps create a roadmap to improving where teams are http://bit.ly/2p8x8bz

If you're looking for help for your Scrum teams please drop me a line.

Al Shalloway

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About the author | Al Shalloway

Al Shalloway is the founder and CEO of Net Objectives. With 45 years of experience, Al is an industry thought leader in Lean, Kanban, product portfolio management, Scrum and agile design. He helps companies transition to Lean and Agile methods enterprise-wide as well teaches courses in these areas.



        

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